Joel Embiid, Philadelphia 76ers

Sixers fans can finally say “The Process” is complete

It’s an anxious feeling when it comes to the 2017 NBA Draft for a fan like myself. As a Sixer faithful, I have been dragged through one of the most ridiculed and scrutinized tanking efforts that professional sports has ever seen. It has truly been a rollercoaster ride. June of 2013: I knew the Sixers were

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Celtics

The Boston Celtics continue to be brilliant

We all knew that the Boston Celtics had to make a choice this offseason. On the heels of an anti-climactic loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference Finals, Danny Ainge and Co. inherited the No. 1 overall pick in the upcoming NBA Draft. Ever since the Brooklyn Nets sold their souls to Boston

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Paul George

The Curious Case of Paul George

When the 2016-2017 trade deadline approached, late rumors of Paul George being shopped by the Indiana Pacers made the NBA world sit up in their seats. As you may have been able to tell by now, those rumors were just what they were labeled as: rumors. However, with the NBA Draft right around the corner teams may

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Lakers

Could the “Showtime” Lakers really sweep the modern day Warriors?

Here is yet another case of a classic team comparing their success to that of current teams.  Magic Johnson, who was in charge of running the “Showtime” Lakers back in the 1980’s was asked by ESPN anchor Cari Champion in an interview alongside Pat Riley, ‘Who would win in a series between his “Showtime” Lakers and

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Spurs

Are we seeing the dynasty of the San Antonio Spurs fading away?

Following a Game 4 loss and a series sweep at the hands of the powerhouse that is the Golden State Warriors, San Antonio must now begin to plan for next season.  Getting swept in the Western Conference finals is not something Greg Popovich is accustomed to.  With injuries to MVP candidate Kawhi Leonard and franchise point

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Lakers

LA Lakers: The Road Back to Greatness

The LA Lakers have been in unfamiliar territory for a couple of seasons. After a long history of winning, the LA Lakers have turned themselves into a rebuilding team. It’s probably a position that they didn’t know they would have to undergo. With Kobe’s injuries, the failed CP3 trade, and the failed Dwight Howard experiment,

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Celtics

6 things that need to happen for the Celtics to legitimately challenge the Cavaliers

Facing the no. 2 seeded Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference Finals, the top-seeded Boston Celtics are the undoubted underdogs. LeBron James and the Cavs have swept their way to this point. Boston had to come back from being down 2-0 in the first round against Chicago, then had to endure a grueling seven-game series

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The Toronto Raptors Are Looking More and More Helpless

You can “argue” that the worst team remaining in the 2016-17 NBA postseason — are none other than the Raptors. In the Eastern Conference Semifinals, the Toronto Raptors have now given up games one and two against the defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers. And at this point, we could assume that at least 75% of viewers

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Denver Nuggets

Nuggets Must Choose Either Wilson Chandler or Danilo Gallinari

The Denver Nuggets turned many heads in the 2016-17 season. However, being just two games short of .500 (40-42) cost them a chance for a postseason berth since the 2012-13 season. Regardless, the future is bright in the Mile High City. The Nuggets should be and will be a feared team for opposing matchups. None

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Chicago Bulls

2017 NBA Playoffs: Key players to look at for the Celtics and Bulls

This past Sunday, Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas played with a heavy heart after finding out his sister had passed away in a car accident. Thomas scored 33 points, five rebounds and six assists in Game 1 of the first round of the 2017 NBA Playoffs. Despite the strong performance, Bostons lost to the Chicago

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